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  • The Language of MOOCs

    Can providers of massive open online courses achieve their goal of educating the most possible people when their offerings are overwhelmingly in English? No, Professor Roberto Rey Agudo argues.

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  • Experiential Learning Over Interim

    As most students finished exams and began their winter break, three classes reconvened after Thanksgiving to travel abroad for the culminating experiences of their fall term courses.

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  • Upcoming Teaching & Learning Events - Winter 2019

    Download this term's events calendar for details on what's coming up in DCAL, including sessions on leading good discussions, managing hot moments in the classroom, and deepening student learning through reflection. Plus, Teaching Science Seminar and the DCAL Book Club!

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  • Tips to Start the Term: T&L Connection Winter '19

    In this issue of Teaching & Learning Connection, syllabus statements on mental health and civil discourse, suggestions for the first day of class, the calendar of winter events in DCAL, and the Learning Fellows application for new courses.

  • Free Will: New Course to Launch from DartmouthX

    In January, Dartmouth will launch a new massive open online course (MOOC):"Libertarian Free Will: Neuroscientific and Philosophical Evidence" taught by Psychological and Brain Sciences Professor Peter Tse.

    Free Will
  • Tips for the Interim: T&L Connection 2018

    In this issue of the T&L Connection, new guides on course design and inclusive teaching, upcoming Canvas workshops, the faculty application for Learning Fellows, Senior Design Challenge, and our winterim book recommendation!

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